Technical Architecture Fundamentals

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Technical Architecture Fundamentals

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EHP1 FOR NW 7.0

Goals

  • Introduction to the Business Process Management (BPM) methodology
  • Introduction to the Enterprise Architecture Framework (EAF) :
    • Overview of TOGAF and SAP EAF
    • Architecture Process
    • Architecture Phases
    • TOGAF and SAP EAF in SAP-specific engagements
  • Introduction to the technical foundation and methodologies for the Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA):
    • Understand the concept of SAP Enterprise SOA
    • Understand the platform for service provisioning and consumption
    • Leverage SAP delivered content in Enterprise Services Repository
    • Understand Design and Development Governance needs of Enterprise Services
    • Describe the basics of integration technologies and implementation requirements
    • Develop composite applications on the SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.1
    • Modeling of user centric processes, consuming of services and custom business logic
    • Understand security threats, security safeguards and security policies

Audience

  • Enterprise Architects
  • Solution Architects
  • IT Architects
  • Technology Architects
  • Technical Consultants

Prerequisites

Essential

  • SAPNW SAP NetWeaver Overview or
  • BIT100 SAP NetWeaver Integration Technology - Overview
  • SAPTEC SAP NetWeaver Application Server Fundamentals

Recommended

  • Fundamental understanding of basic business processes
  • Fundamental understanding of software development

Course based on software release

  • SAP NetWeaver Process Integration 7.1
  • SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.1
  • SAP ECC 6.00

Content

  • BPM Methodology
    • Phase 1: Calibration
    • Phase 2: As-Is Analysis
    • Phase 3: To-Be Process Design
    • Phase 4: Solution Transformation
  • Enterprise Architecture
    • Preliminary Phase
    • Vision Phase
    • Business Architecture Phase
    • Information System (Application) Architecture Phase
    • Information System (Data) Architecture Phase
    • Technology Architecture Phase
    • Opportunities & Solutions and Migration Planning
    • Implementation Governance and Architecture Change Management
    • TOGAF™ and SAP EAF for Specific Engagements
  • SOA Fundamentals
  • Enterprise Service Definition and Implementation
  • SAP Process Integration
    • Integration Technologies and Interfaces
    • Basic Elements of SAP NetWeaver PI
    • SAP NetWeaver PI Connectivity
    • Business Process Management in SAP NetWeaver PI
  • Service Consumption
    • SOA Development Methodology
    • SOA Infrastructure
    • Development Tools
    • Visual Composer
    • Guided Procedures and Business Process Management (BPM)
    • Interactive Forms by Adobe
    • Operating the Composition Environment
  • Security in SAP Environment

Notes

  • Course participants need to take a Associate Certification Exam (C_SOA_TA_70), in order to be Certified as "SAP Certified Associate Technology Architect".
  • The SAP Certified Associate Technology Architect can contribute to the success of the planning and implementation phases of the enterprise by supporting the definition of the overall architecture and the design of the best overall strategic system landscape. This also includes legacy systems and modern SAP solutions, and the optimization of enterprise wide deployment of SAP technology solutions. The SAP Certified Associate Technology Architect will base the work on the requirements of the various stakeholders from the business and IT side and therefore support the implementation of the IT strategy.
  • The SAP Certified Associate Technology Architect supports the sales team in the evaluation process and finally designs SAP-centered, customer-specific solutions that lead to sales success (incl. Implementation planning).
  • Since understanding capabilities and pitfalls of legacy systems and existing process and IT landscapes is essential, a robust experience of the customer’s industry and typical legacy systems / custom coded applications is very important.

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